The Greatest Western Writer Of The 21st Century
In his authentic, powerfully told tales of the American frontier, William W. Johnstone has defined the Western hero and established an action-packed series that ranks among the bestselling in print. In this rugged new novel, Johnstone sets his sights on the one place that was too wild even for the Wild West . . .
No Man’s Land
Kansas doesn’t want it. Neither does Texas. The 35-mile wide strip of land destined to become the Oklahoma panhandle is a place unlike any other on the frontier: with no laws, no rules, and a powerful attraction for killers, looters, and fugitives. Frank Morgan, a gunfighter feared by all and hated by some, has been warned to stay the hell out of “the strip.” But warnings never did work well on Morgan, and he’s more determined than ever to stay—when an ambush nearly takes his life. Soon, in a remote cabin in the heart of No Man’s Land, Morgan will wake up to discover that he has just cause and a burning need to go out and fight. All he lacks is an ally—in a place where all his enemies want him dead . . .